Mojo IPA - Boulder Beer / Wilderness Pub
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3.7/5 rDev -2.4%
12 ounce bottle, shaker pint.
A - A light yellowish amber color. About a finger of white head.
S - A nice piny hop aroma on the nose.
T - Piny hops lead the way then give way to a tea like flavor. A bit of sweetness with a tiny bit of alcohol tinge come through. Then the taste finishes bitter.
M - A little bit thin for the style but fairly nice.
D - Not bad for a hop fix. Definitely accomplishes that end.
07-25-2007 01:31:16 | More by EStreet20
4.03/5 rDev +6.3%
A - Pours a hazy gold color with only a finger of head which sticks to the glass all the way down.
S - Strong but not overpowering citrusy hops, with some earthy notes.
T - Mostly hops, but a bit of malt balances it out in the middle. A fresh and well hopped IPA.
M/D - Mouthfeel is exactly what I want from an ipa, a simple easy drinker with a subdued enough hop taste that I enjoy it but am not blown away by it.
10-31-2009 19:19:26 | More by mwa423
4.1/5 rDev +8.2%
Pour renders nice head, about an inch or so, that recedes to 1/4 inch. Decent lacing. Hazy yellowy orange. Aroma - lots of citrus - grapefuit and lemon, caramel and honey. Taste -pretty much as promised by aroma - grapefruit, lemons, caramel, and honey. The honey taste renders it a little too sweet for my taste, but it is still a very good brew anyway - very hoppy with a good malt backbone. Mouthfeel - full, smooth, moderate carbonation, hop oils leaving decent coating. Drinkability - goes down very easy, and is very good, if a little too sweet. Would enjoy this anytime.
04-02-2006 15:09:24 | More by ultralarry2006
4/5 rDev +5.5%
A nice enough looking brew. Clear almost light amber coloured ale. Decent one finger off white head with ok retention sat on top of the brew. Some sticky clouds of lace already present as the head receded.
White grapefruit with hints of pine from the Amarillo hops make up the main component of the aroma of this brew. Sweeter aromas from the pale malts with a honey like quality are also present, with a nice hint of caramel.
The taste is much like the aroma.
Not quite medium bodied. Mildly carbonated. Fairly aggressive hopping, the malts are definitely in the background according to the style.
Pretty drinkable, although at 7% abv this is not a sessionable ale. The alcohol is slightly warming and does manage to assert its presence to a mild degree. While this is a good and solid brew that reaches the standard of the style its not particularly exciting for me personally. Certainly recommended for fans of Amarillo hops, and well worth trying.
12-06-2008 22:27:41 | More by demcorhip
3.7/5 rDev -2.4%
Beer poured a golden amber color, clear with white head. Aroma was a pleasant mixture of citrus and pine, with a touch of sweetness. The taste is very distinctly Ameircan IPA, from the citrus, pine and earth hops to the slight malt sweetness trying to balance it out. Overall this is a good example of the style, but one that doesn't stand out in any particular way. Still, a very solid, sessionable IPA.
05-01-2007 16:42:29 | More by BBM
4.2/5 rDev +10.8%
Mojo IPA was very clear and golden in color with a white head. The head had good retention and left lacing behind. The aroma was all hops with lots of citrus. The taste was fairly bitter and dominated by hops. It was medium in both body and carbonation. If you like alot of hop flavor, then this is the beer for you. Give me more.
09-03-2006 23:20:24 | More by afinepilsner
4.3/5 rDev +13.5%
12oz bottle -> pint
no date, but there is a code B40822 (maybe before August 22?
Pours a slightly hazed pale orange with straw colored highlights. A dainty head rest atop the brew. Only a few patches of lace. Carbonation appears low to medium, but constant.
Nose: Fruity and grassy. Some peach, orange juice, pineapple and spring flowers. An nice underlying caramel malt lends some balance to the aroma.
The body at times seems thin, but i may just be nickpicking. Good citrus rind flavors, and juicy malt backing. Slightly sweet with a lingering enjoyable bitterness.
I could drink these a day long.
05-07-2007 19:07:47 | More by beerphan
4.7/5 rDev +24%
Pours light caramel amber with a huge fluffy white head and a bit of of haziness.
Nose is total juicy sweet ruby red grapefruit. Amarillo, bitches! Very nice, very clean.
Sweet biscuit malts up front, a lot of Valencia orange mid tongue. Grapefruit throughout. Ends with a light, pleasant, resinous bitterness.
Medium body, the insane front loaded hops makes this beer extraordinarily drinkable and refreshing. Awesome beer.
09-25-2007 01:00:25 | More by nortmand
Mojo IPA from Boulder Beer / Wilderness Pub
85 out of 100 based on 1,609 ratings.